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After car crashes into pole in west Columbus, 1 person in critical condition
One individual is in basic condition after a vehicle collided with a shaft on Saturday morning in west Columbus.
Columbus police say the accident occurred in the zone of West Broad Street and North Glenwood Avenue.
A call about the accident came in around 8:05 a.m.
The casualty was taken to Grant Medical Center for treatment.
The roadway was closed down, however it has since revived
A man after receiving a help as rent thanked with a gesture of gratitude
Many people have lost their jobs due to coronavirus and struggle to pay for basic life necesities, but they are receiving financial lifeline.
And on Friday, an extraordinary gesture of gratitude was seen.
Early Friday morning, a line of people was formed outside of the Columbus Urban League.
Among these needy people was one person named Ryan Griffin.
He lost his hotel job in March due to pandemic.
He says that he daily fear if he will be able to provide for his son.
"It's scary. And it's hurtful. When I look at him and think I might not be able to feed you or keep a roof over your head, you know? It makes me — it makes me sad," he said.
On Friday, Urban the Urban League distributed over 100 checks, from amounts ranging from $500 to $1,000. But this was only the start as they say they have more than 600 applications waiting to be processed.
Rhonda Gaines, who manages the housing stabilization program, said, "We've received over 5,000 phone calls since we started our program in March. Over 5,000. We get maybe 200 calls a day for rental assistance coming from people who've never applied for assistance. They've never applied for unemployment, they've never applied for anything. And they need help."
Griffin said that for such help, a small piece of gratitude is the least he can do.
The hotline number is 614-484-9111: https://www.cul.org/
A 19-year old suffers gunshot wounds after robbery in Southwest Columbus, police looking for the suspects
As per police reports, two males approached a 19-year old victim near the 1600 Block, Belvoir Boulevard and demanded money and after taking the money, they shot the victim twice.
The police reacted after they received a call from Doctor's West Hospital, after 4 pm, where the victim was seen suffering from gunshot injuries in his upper arm as well as lower body.
If anyone is aware of the incident and has any detail, he/she can contact Central Ohio Crime Stoppers ((614) 461-TIPS) or Columbus Police Felony Assault Unit ((614) 645-4141).
High school football playoff expanded from 8 to 12 teams per region
High School Athletic Association Board of Directors had allowed a higher number of teams to compete for a state title next year under an extended high school playoff.
The board had the voting on Wednesday and decided that football playoffs will be expanded from 8 schools per region to 12 schools per region from the 2021 season.
In the first round, the top four seeds will not have to compete anymore till quarterfinal, and No. 12 seed will play at the No. 5 seed, No. 11 at No. 6, No. 10 at No. 7, and No. 9 at No. 8.
According to OHSAA, last year, 709 schools in Ohio played 11-man football. After the expansion, the total number of qualifier playoffs will increase to 336 from 224.
“We still have details to work out regarding the format and specific season dates, but this vote by the Board gives us the green light to finalize those details for 2021,” said Beau Rugg, Senior Director of Officiating and Sport Management for the OHSAA and the Association’s football administrator. “We are thankful for the Board’s support on this proposal, which will bring all the great things of playoff football to 112 additional schools and communities.”
The final in 2021 is expected to be held between Dec 2-5, as decided earlier.
Schools will still be permitted to play ten regular-season games.
Seven-year-term as Bucyrus Police chief to end on June12, David Koepke announces retirement
A spokesman for the police department informed that Bucyrus Police Chief, David Koepke is retiring.
Koepke declared his retirement on Tuesday, during a city council meeting. For about seven years, he has served as police chief and June 12 would be his last day as the chief.
In the wake of resigning, Koepke will go to fill in as a program instructor and coordinator with the criminal justice program and the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy at North Central State College.
Koepke talked with 10TV about his experience being determined to have coronavirus a month ago. The division says Koepke has wholly recuperated from the sickness.
EF0 tornado touched down in eastern Madison County
An EF0 tornado tocuhed down in eastern Madison County, as per a starter report from the National Weather Service
The NWS says at 4:49 p.m., the tornado was accepted to have contacted down in a field south of State Route 665/London-Lockbourne Road. The tornado went across the street and moved upper east into the Lilly Chapel region.
The NWS says the evaluated most extreme breeze speed was 85 mph and the tornado left harm along Lilly Chapel Georgesville Road, wrecked an animal dwellingplace and tossed metal from the rooftop over the street into neighbors' yards. Trees along the street were additionally harmed.
The tornado lifted in a field at around 4:53 p.m. The way length was 1.9 miles with a greatest width of 75 yards.
As indicated by the NWS, an EF0 arrangement goes in wind speeds from 65-85 mph.
There were no wounds or passings announced by the NWS.
Motorcycle-Car accident, Motorcyclist dead
A man passed away after an accident, including a vehicle and a bike. It occurred on Saturday, close to downtown Columbus.
Police say around 6:35 p.m., a 2011 Chevrolet Malibu was voyaging south on St. Clair Avenue and was taking a left onto Atcheson Street. Simultaneously, a 1998 Honda CB250/Nighthawk was additionally travelling south on St. Clair Avenue and attempted to pass the Malibu.
Authorities state the bike slammed into the Malibu. The driver of the cruiser, 41-year-old Raashawn Reynolds, was tossed from the bike. Police say he was taken to OSU East and was articulated dead at 7:33 p.m.
According to police reports, an 18-year-old lady driving the Malibu, and her mom, who was additionally inside the vehicle, did not do any harm
An examination concerning the accident is progressing.
A woman died in a crash on I-270 Northbound in Dublin
A woman died in the crash occurred on Saturday morning in the area of I-270 North at Rings Road near Tuttle Crossing Boulevard, according to Dublin Police.
The Police also told that the SUV crashed into a semi at around 8 a.m. The vehicle was carrying two people.
A 47-year-old woman inside the SUV died from the injuries suffered due to the crash. The woman was sitting on the passenger's seat, and the driver is still in a severe condition, said Police.
According to Police, the driver of the semi was not hurt in the collision.
Due to the crash, all the lanes of I-270 North between Tuttle Crossing Boulevard and Sawmill Road were shut down but were later reopened.
Catholic Diocese plans for Sunday Mass
The Catholic Diocese of Columbus has planned for public celebration of Sunday Mass which will begin from May 31.
The spokesperson of the diocese told that individual parishes can begin public Mass on weekdays from May 25th itself.
The Catholic Bishops of Ohio has announced the cancellation of all Catholic services including Easter services in April.
Bexley woman uses stones and her art to spread love and kindness during pandemic
Randi Eisen is a resident who loves to paint stones to make them beautiful. Through this, she wants to convey that each stone is different, but the meaning is the same, and each rock is as bright and colorful as her.
This all started way before the COIVD-19 came. Her mom Denise Blank, used to love painting and giving these stones to others as a piece of happiness.
Both mother and daughter used to go around Bexley, leaving their kindness rocks at a different location from where many people would pick those stones, and it made Blank's day as she loved to give them to others more than painting them.
But in December of 2019, Blank passed away after having a battle with cancer.
"I know she lives within all of us, and she was a very positive person, and she loved the spread kindness," Eisen said.
Like Blank, Eisen also loves to do this.
Now she is using her art to spread messages, and now it works as inspiration for those who pick it.
Appreciation. Kindness. Love. These were the things her mother wanted, and Eisen's rocks aren't for herself. She doesn't sign it with her name else. She uses the signature "XOXO" to show her affection.